Detlev Auvermann & Anthony Payne, The Society of Jesus, 1548-1773. A catalogue of books by Jesuit authors and works relating to the Society of Jesus published between 1548, with the first printing of Ignatius of Loyola’s Spiritual Exercises, and the suppression of the Society in 1773, with an introduction by Alastair Hamilton, (Bernard Quaritch Ltd, London, 2006)
John W. O’Malley, S.J. & Gauvin Alexander Bailey eds., The Jesuits and the Arts 1540-1773, (Saint Joseph’s University Press, Philadelphia, 2005)
John O’Malley, S.J, Gauvin Alexander Bailey, Steven J. Harris & T. Frank Kennedy, S.J. eds., The Jesuits II: cultures, sciences and the arts, 1540-1773, (University of Toronto Press, Toronto/Buffalo/London, 2006)
Sabina Pavone (John P. Murphy, S.J. trans.), The Wily Jesuits and the Monita Secreta: the forged secret instructions of the Jesuits. A history and a translation of the Monita, (The Institute of Jesuit Sources, St Louis, 2005)
Edmond C. Murphy, S.J. & Martin E. Palmer, S.J. (trans & ed.), The Spiritual Writings of Pierre Favre, (The Institute of Jesuit Sources, St Louis, 1996)
John Patrick Donnelly, S.J. (trans. & ed.), Year by Year with the Early Jesuits (1537-1556). Selections from the “Chronicon” of Juan de Polanco S. J., (Institute of Jesuit Sources, St Louis, 2004)
Claude Pavur, S.J. (trans & ed.), The Ratio Studiorum: the Official Plan for Jesuit Education, (The Institute of Jesuit Sources, St Louis, 2005)
Edwards, Francis, The Jesuits in England: From 1580 to the Present Day (London, 1985)
Northeast, C.M., The Parisian Jesuits and the Enlightenment, 1700-1762 (Oxford, 1991)
Wright, Jonathan, The Jesuits. Missions, Myths and Histories (London, 2004)
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